Stunning photos today from the portfolio of photographer Eric Staudenmaier. Specialising in architectural and interior photography Eric is able to capture a designer's intentions with a space and through his lens take you into a room or place you on the sidewalk staring longingly at the building before you. His architectural folio is great but don't miss his personal work as well. I just had to include some of his garden shots. Check out the rest on his website. Your thumb will be turning green just looking at them.
A reader named Finn emailed the other day to tell us about a website she and her friends love to check out - The Modern House. It's an estate agency specializing in the sale of 20th and 21st century homes of architectural distinction across the UK. I went through several listings and picked out some of my favourite photographs. (Thanks Finn!)
I am home sick today (and yesterday) and while I should be sleeping the day away, we've received some emails from fellow bloggers and friends who've got some great new products that I wanted to share instead, because sleeping is boring.
Jane and Hollie of White Elephant Vintage are launching "A Sports & Games Affair" tonight at their Etsy shop so go check it out. Here's a sneak peak:
Emily of Orange Beautiful wrote about her new line of 4-color, hand screen-printed MOTIVATE designs available in her Etsy shop that I absolutely love, and I think I might have to pick up "Get Your Sh*t Together".
Gosia has some great new finds in her Etsy shop blue bell bazaar. Here's one of my favourite collections:
The interior design team at BAMO are strong, talented, creative individuals producing wonderful, brilliant, and sometimes quirky designs. Here's how they describe their work. "BAMO does not follow a single design style. In fact, we feel that it is more important to have style than be in a style. Our work ranges from traditional to contemporary, but each project incorporates both an elegance and comfort level that make the spaces livable and a true reflection of their context and occupants." Check out the pagoda folly. How cool is that!